Web & API Development
We operate independently or integrate directly into your existing team.
We have your project covered with extensive experience developing robust RESTful, GraphQL, and RPC-based APIs across Python, Go, and TypeScript.
Our experience ranges from mobile-friendly, accessible web apps with React and TypeScript to microfrontends for internal services with Svelte. Whatever your project needs, we've probably done it before.
We've built and managed CI/CD pipelines for dozens of self-hosted and cloud-based products. Additionally, we're intimately familiar with managing AWS infrastructure using infrastructure as code (IaC) tools such as Terraform.
Adaptive. Immersive. Agile.
Immersion in Your Idea
We begin by immersing ourselves in your concept, ensuring we understand your vision and requirements. This involves gathering ideas, discussing your goals, and analyzing any existing systems or processes relevant to the project. This phase lays the foundation for the rest of the development process.
Crafting a Blueprint for Implementation
During the planning phase, we develop a detailed strategy for your software's implementation. This includes creating user stories, defining acceptance criteria, and prioritizing features. We then map out the architecture and technologies to be used, ensuring scalability and maintainability.
Bringing Your Vision to Life
In the build phase, our skilled developers start the actual implementation of your software. We adhere to best practices, focusing on clean code, modular design, and efficient algorithms. Regular communication ensures that we stay aligned with your vision, making adjustments as necessary.
Ensuring Quality and Progress
Once the build phase is complete, we move on to validation. This involves regular progress reports, allowing for your input and review. We also conduct thorough testing to ensure the software meets your standards, addressing any bugs or issues that may arise.
Deployment and Testing
Throughout the development process, we release incremental updates to a staging environment. This allows you to test the product and confirm it aligns with your vision. Once you are satisfied, updates are deployed to the production environment, making your software available to users.
Ongoing Support and Optimization
If desired, we continue to monitor your application's availability and performance, ensuring it serves your business needs effectively. In this phase, we resolve any issues, apply updates, and optimize the software to keep it running smoothly. Our team is dedicated to providing ongoing support, helping your software continue to thrive in the ever-evolving digital landscape.
In summary, our software engineering process involves six phases: Discovery, Planning, Build, Validate, Release, and Maintenance. Each stage is designed to work seamlessly with the others, ensuring a smooth and efficient development process. Our agile, customer-focused approach allows us to adapt to your needs and deliver a high-quality product that aligns with your vision.
Understanding our contract options.
Software projects are difficult to plan for. By definition, software implies a solution that is easily malleable. Consequently, requirements for software projects often change during the development process for a variety of good reasons: emerging competition, new user insights, or new ideas.
Software projects may be modeled in terms of three constraints: scope, time, and cost. Scope refers to the set of features and deliverables being developed. Time relates to the duration it takes to produce the deliverables. And cost refers to the price of the deliverables. The quality of a project is defined in terms of its technical performance, reliability, maintainability, security, and correctness. Time, scope, and cost all influence the quality we're able to deliver. For example, committing to a fixed time and scope often results in cut corners as far as quality goes, or overinflated contract costs in an attempt to cover unforeseen events. At Logram, deliverying high quality work for a fair rate is non-negotiable.
To provide our clients with flexibility while maintaining our commitment to quality and fairness, we offer two contract types: fixed-time, open-scope contracts and variable-time, closed-scope contracts. With fixed-time, open-scope contracts we commit to a fixed set of hours we can work on your project for a given time frame, without guaranteeing that a specific set of features will be complete within said time frame. This sort of contract is better suited for projects requiring predictable costs or long projects with unclear requirements. In contrast, our variable-time, closed-scope contracts guarantee a certain set of features will be complete without stipulating an exact time frame (we provide an informed estimate instead).
Both contract types prioritize your control over the project, with regular deliverables and updates. Additionally, we offer payments terms of either NET 15 or NET 30 depending upon the project.